War and Conflict after the Cold War: from politics by other means to crime?

Dr Tara McCormack

This seminar considers a fundamental shift in the way that war in the developing world has been understood. Key to this shift is an argument that wars in the developing world can no longer be understood politically, but as criminal acts in which the main consideration for the international community is how to protect the victims of the conflict. What is lost when war is reinterpreted as a criminal activity and only some are designated as worthy? Who has the power to designate those that are worthy of victimhood?

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Dr Laura Brace
Department of Politics and International Relations
University of Leicester
University Road
Leicester
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United Kingdom

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